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One moment everything is perfectly normal, and in the next the power grid across the entire United States goes down and sends the country back to the Stone Age. The lights flicker out. Cars crash. Phones and laptops quit working. Planes fall from the sky. Fires rage. Hoards of angry mobs take to the street looting and pillaging. Millions perish in the horrific aftermath. 

With the cities completely overwhelmed with death and destruction, the forests of the Pacific Northwest seem to be the only place of possible safety or refuge. That's what brothers Randall and Thomas think as they fight their way to their family's secluded cabin to locate their grandparents, parents, and cousins, only to instead find themselves proven completely wrong as a new deadly threat from the woods emerges. 

Trapped in an unforgiving world without help, Randall, Thomas, and the rest of their family must trust in one another and put their skills to the ultimate test to fight back against the overwhelmingly dark forces that now directly threaten their very existence.

©2019 Nick Oetken (P)2019 Tantor

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  • DCGrits
  • 01-09-19

Not good

Not sure if it’s the narrator making the book bad or the book is just bad. Starts off in the common part of an apocalyptic theme “good guys killed someone’s brother/uncle/father/son in self defense and now that someone’s “leader of the compound” wants payback.” Doesn’t spend much time on anything other than being hunted, shot at, shooting, running, planning rescues. Don’t mind that sort of theme if it isn’t the whole subject of the book. Couldn’t finish especially with the narrator’s voices and too off tempo.

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  • recondoc
  • 30-04-20

Good start that fizzles due to the read.

Character voices were too hard to listen to. Couldn't finish it. Probably would have enjoyed it otherwise.

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  • Manfred
  • 10-10-19

need different narrator.

the narrator was tough to listen to. when switch voices he sounded like cartoon character.